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The effect of helical groove geometry on journal abrasive wear

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The article presents an experimental study of slide bearings operating in lubricant contaminated by Al2O3 abrasive particles. The aim of this work was the comparison of wear resistance of slide bearings with different surface geometry on the journal. It was found that helical groove on the journal significantly reduced wear of sliding pairs. The results of experiments showed that groove cross section area and helical groove lead affected abrasive wear. Valuable results concerning the sleeve wear reduction were obtained with respect to bearings with textured journals.
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150--157
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Bibliogr. 17 poz., rys., wykr.
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  • Rzeszow University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, 12 Powstancow Warszawy Street, 35-959 Rzeszow, Poland
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  • Rzeszow University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, 12 Powstancow Warszawy Street, 35-959 Rzeszow, Poland
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  • Rzeszow University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, 12 Powstancow Warszawy Street, 35-959 Rzeszow, Poland, lgktmiop@prz.edu.pl
Bibliografia
  • [1] J.H. Vohr, C.Y. Chow, Characteristics of herringbone-grooved, gas-lubricated journal bearings, Transactions of the ASME, Journal of Basic Engineering 87 (1965) 568–578.
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  • [9] A.M. Gad, M.M. Nemat-Alla, A.A. Khalil, A.M. Nasr, On the optimum groove geometry for herringbone journal bearings, Transactions of the ASME, Journal of Tribology 128 (2006) 585–593.
  • [10] M.M. Nemat-Alla, A.M. Gad, A.A. Khalil, A.M. Nasr, Static and dynamic characteristics of oil lubricated beveled-step herringbone grooved journal bearings, Transactions of the ASME, Journal of Tribology 131 (2009) 011701-1–011701-7.
  • [11] J. Sep, Wear of sliding bearings having modified journal lubricated with oil containing abrasive contaminant, Tribologia 6 (240) (2011) 201–209 (in Polish).
  • [12] J. Sep, Selected properties of bearings with helical groove on the journal, Key Engineering Materials 490 (2012) 273–281.
  • [13] J. Sep, A. Kucaba-Pietal, Experimental testing of journal bearings with two-component surface layer in the presence of an oil abrasive contaminant, Wear 249 (2001) 1090–1095.
  • [14] L. Galda, P. Pawlus, J. Sep, Dimples shape and distribution effect on characteristics of Stribeck curve, Tribology International 42 (2009) 1505–1512.
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  • [16] L. Galda, A. Dzierwa, J. Sep, P. Pawlus, The effect of oil pockets shape and distribution on seizure resistance in lubricated sliding, Tribology Letters 37 (2010) 301–311.
  • [17] J. Sep, The Oil Film Properties in Journal Bearings with Non-Typical Geometry, Rzeszow University of Technology, Rzeszow, 2006 (in Polish).
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